Democratic Presidential candidates can learn from fictional character Elizabeth McCord how the Military Industrial Complex will fight her vision of National Security for America
Iran helps Iraq fight ISIS, and the U.S. is left out of the operation. Fox News won't stand for such logic.
Thom Hartmann masterfully explains the historical events that created the latest nightmare in Paris. The Bush Crime Family has been involved every step of the way.
What does George H.W. Bush have to do with the Kennedy assassination? It seems outlandish at first glance, but do some digging and you'll come up with more questions than answers.
Real Time's Bill Maher let loose on Republicans over the same issue we saw MSNBC's Chris Hayes hit them for last week, which is the fact that this so-called border security legislation they're pushing is nothing more than another giveaway to the military contractors.
Chris Hayes explains why the $38 billion Corker-Hoven amendment is nothing but a huge giveaway for defense contractors at taxpayers expense. So much for those so-called "fiscal conservatives" and their complaints that "we're broke."
Approximately, a staggering 53 percent of U.S. tax dollars fund the military industrial complex.
What was slightly surprising about this week's Fox News Sunday is that Dana Priest, who's done some pretty extensive reporting on the United States', as Chris Wallace actually pretty aptly described it, "terrorism industrial complex" for The
Keith Olbermann, to put it mildly, was not happy about this hostage taking over raising the debt ceiling and expressed his discontent with our political system, our corporate media that cares more about access than telling the truth and the concern